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HA-LPA4-res/pCAGEN

Expression vector of mose LPA4.

Catalog number RDB17290
Resource name HA-LPA4-res/pCAGEN
Clone info. Expression vector of mose lysophosphatidic acid receptor 4 (LPA4) tagged with HA at N-terminus, CAG promotor. The LPA4 ORF containds silent mutation.
Expression was confirmed by the depositor with immunocytochemistry and western blotting.
Vector backbone pCAGEN (plasmid)
Size of vector backbone 4.8 kb
Selectable markers Amp^r
Gene/insert name mouse LPA4 cDNA
Depositor Kurabayashi, Nobuhiro |

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Terms and conditions set forth by the DEPOSITOR In publishing the research results obtained by use of the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE, a citation of literature designated by the DEPOSITOR is requested. (Kurabayashi N. et al. Development, 145(17), pii: dev162529, 2018.)
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Original reference

original Kurabayashi, N., The LPA-LPA4 axis is required for establishment of bipolar morphology and radial migration of newborn cortical neurons. Development 145 (17). pii: dev162529 (2018). PMID 30217809.

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Sequence information

This clone will be sequenced a portion and digested by restriction enzyme for examination.


References

Original, user report and related articles

original Kurabayashi, N., The LPA-LPA4 axis is required for establishment of bipolar morphology and radial migration of newborn cortical neurons. Development 145 (17). pii: dev162529 (2018). PMID 30217809.

2019.07.17

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